In Cars 2, Miguel is invited from Spain by Miles Axlerod to compete in his World Grand Prix series, in order to promote allinol to the entire world. According to Brent Mustangburger and David Hobbscap, he has been really consistent, especially in technical turns. During the first race in Tokyo, he is the first to get his engine blown by the lemons' electromagnetic generator, which has been made in an attempt to show that Allinol, amongst other alternative fuel, is entirely dangerous. He calls into the pits right away to retire, while his pit crew, led by Petro Cartalina and including one of his pitties, Honk Cho, investigate the issue.
At the second race in Porto Corsa, Miguel can be seen from from the 6th position. Later when the racers head down towards the hairpin, he is seen in the 10th position ahead of Rip Clutchgoneski. Miguel reappears in the race only to get into a tangle with Shu Todoroki, who has just had another engine failure also caused by an electromagnetic pulse. Max Schnell, who cannot stop in time, collides with the two of them, thus blocking the track on the bridge around the casino. With the racers' safety in jeopardy, Axlerod announces that the final race in London shall not require the use of Allinol. Therefore, Miguel chooses his own fuel for that race. When the race starts Miguel was seen in the 3rd position but after racing through the Admiralty Arch he dropped to 4th and was behind Lewis Hamilton. The race is soon abrupted by Mater comes onto the track with Lightning McQueen chasing him and later taking them both through the streets of London. Axlerod is soon revealed to be the mastermind of the lemons, and Miguel competes in the Radiator Springs Grand Prix with all the other World Grand Prix racers.
Cars 2: The Video Game
In Cars 2: The Video Game, Miguel makes an appearance as a playable character, unlocked by gaining access to Clearance Level 4.
In Planes, Miguel makes a brief cameo via a Porto Corsa vintage poster, that features him, Francesco and Raoul, on Dusty's wall in his garage.
According to Meet the Cars, Miguel is a 2007 Grand Touring Sports SS-E Racer representing the GTS2 (GT2) class along with Jeff Gorvette. Given that he is a 2007 car and his engine blowout during the Tokyo race suggesting he is a front engine vehicle, the base model of Miguel's design was inspired on the Chrysler Viper GTS-R seen at the 2007 FIA GT Championship. He could've also been based on the Dodge Viper Competition Coupe or Dodge Viper SRT10 coupe which were seen in the same year. He also takes influence from Ferrari where his headlights are from a 2009 Ferrari 458, and the side of the car having elements from the 2006-2007 Ferrari 599 GTB. His engine type is a DOHC V-8, with 570 HP. He can go from 0 to 60 mph in 3.6 seconds and reach a top speed of 200 mph. His tires are Tok-Eo P215/65R15 89H, traction A, temperature A.
Miguel is painted dark yellow, with various colors painted all over. He has red designs on the bottom of his doors, as well as a black star next to his number "5". On his hood, he has Spanish designs colored red, black and orange. He has a large black spoiler, and chrome rims.
"Spain's most renowned, admired and captivating car is Pamplona's Miguel Camino. He first caught his home country's attention by participating in the infamous Running of the Bulldozers. His flair, style and speed as a toreador in the dozer ring has inspired a generation of young bulldozer fighters, and soon that same speed and verve turned headlights of fans and competitors alike on the Grand Touring Sport racing circuit. Bearing the #5 and the fiery colors of the Spanish flag, Miguel Camino is hoping to race his way into more hearts at the World Grand Prix."
Top speed: 200 mph
0-60 mph: 3.6 seconds
Engine type: DOHC V-8
Cars 2: The Video Game
"Spain's most famous and admired car is Pamplona's own Miguel Camino. He first caught the public's eye while participating in the Running of the Bulldozers. His flair, style and speed have inspired a generation of young fans. Miguel is the life of any party."
Unwelcome Aboard • In Plane Sight • Fast Friends • Airport Invasion • There's No Place Like Chrome • Oil Rig Showdown • Hit the Road • World Grand Prix • Runway Invasion • Porto Corsa Invasion • Objects in Mirror • Airport Showdown • Burning the Midnight Oil • Coastal Invasion • Runway Runaway • Harbor Hassle • Power Surge • London Showdown • Foe Interior • Hit or McMissile • Unfriendly Competition • Air Power • Rush Delivery • Italy Showdown • Tokyo Invasion • Save the Queen • Sour Lemons • Lightning the Mood • Home Security • Tokyo Showdown